Hey ne1roc, just because I PERSONALLY don't like floyds never interferes with my ability to do great work on customer's guitars. You should see some of the stuff that crosses my bench that I REALLY don't like!
This post is all about opinion...no point getting into name-calling about pieces of metal. My opinion? PRS trems are the best I have played/used, but I haven't tried the unobtanium Skyway yet. The PRS is an elegant design that has very low flutter, the ability to adjust individual saddle height without resorting to shims, does not rely on a locknut that can only be adjusted down by removing wood from the neck or up by shimming (shims are a band-aid that kill Tone), superb return-to-zero, and the ability to change a broken string in 45 seconds and still get the guitar back in tune. Someone mentioned the six screws and the importance of not adjusting them under tension; in all the time I've been playing and working on PRSi (and I used to be the first Canadian rep for PRS along with our partner Mike and our own Faracaster), I have never had to change the height of the bridge with those six screws, with one exception. Some "repairman" had taken a customers CE, screwed the bridge all the way down, then tightened the trem claw bolts right into the back of the neck. Caught it before the knife-edge was ruined. Lotsa bozons out there "repairing" guitars ("bozon", according to Dan Akroyd, is a genetically-engineeered cross between a bozo and a moron...).
Bottom line...you guys that like your floyds, more power to you! I like the PRS trem, but that's just my OPINION.-Eric